Southeast Asian Affairs 2007
Daljit Singh, Lorraine Carlos Salazar
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Jan 1, 2007 - Autonomy - 412 pages
Southeast Asian Affairs 2007 provides an informed and readable analysis of the events and developments in the region in 2006. In the regional section of this volume, the first two articles provide the political and economic overview of Southeast Asia, while the third and fourth examine the character of political development in the region. Eleven country reviews as well as five special theme articles follow, delving into domestic political, economic, security, and social developments during 20...
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